Many businesses are asking themselves; how do we return to work? The way we work post-pandemic will be fundamentally changed. After much reading and discussion, the obvious answer is that one size does not fit all. The key step for reopening depends on the company culture and the objective of the business. There is no question that the human being is a “connected creature” with a need for social interface to feel fulfilled. While the office and workplace will have different components, the key to success will be setting up protocols that help your employees feel safe and connected. A great way to measure what concerns your team may have when it comes to returning to work is to utilize a survey to see what the main issues are and then address them to the best of your ability.
Finding ways to address workplace spacing to allow for social distancing and instituting a more rigorous cleaning protocol that makes sense address two common concerns for many employees. Both of the steps mentioned above are based on the guidelines of the Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization. Additionally, at Workscapes, we are starting with one day in the office and four days of remote work based on manager approval and role. The goal is to provide flexibility for our staff while still moving towards increased collaboration. While every situation is different and will need to be handled in the way that ensures your team’s safety, these steps have helped us safely reopen and provide an environment where our team can thrive during our “new reality”. We believe that people make the difference. That’s why Workscapes is dedicated to building a lasting relationship with our clients, our employees, and our community.
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